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Microfluidic single sperm entrapment and analysis 

 
  
Scaling of Pneumatic Digital Logic Circuits 


 
   
Continuous-Flow Sorting of Stem Cells and Differentiation Products based on Dielectrophoresis 

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Artificial Blood Vessel Implanted Three-Dimensional Microsystem for Modeling Transvascular Migration of Tumor Cells 

 

 
A novel fluidic control method for nanofluidics by the solvent-solvent interaction in a hybrid chip 

Low-volume multiplexed proteolytic activity assay and inhibitor analysis through a pico-injector array 

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A high-power ultrasonic microreactor and its application in gas-liquid mass transfer intensification 
 
  
 
Chemically induced coalescence in droplet-based microfluidics
 
   
An Optopneumatic Piston for Microfluidics 

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Malaria detection using inertial microfluidics 

Three-dimensional Cell Manipulation and Patterning using Dielectrophoresis via a Multi-layer Scaffold Structure 

High-throughput, deterministic single cell trapping and long-term clonal cell culture in microfluidic devices 

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Acoustofluidic control of bubble size in microfluidic flow-focusing configuration 

 
Rapid and continuous magnetic separation in droplet microfluidic devices 

 
Real-time tracking, retrieval and gene expression analysis of migrating human T cells 

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Integrated Perfusion and Separation System for Entrainment of Insulin Secretion from Islets of Langerhans 
 
Microfluidic static droplet array for analyzing microbial communication on a population gradient 
 
A lung-on-chip array with an integrated bio-inspired respiration mechanism 

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Droplet-based microfluidics at the femtolitre scale 

 

Dynamic acoustic field activated cell separation (DAFACS) 


 
Simultaneous metering and dispensing of multiple reagents on passively controlled microdevice solely by finger pressing 

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 A microfluidic system for studying the behavior of zebrafish larvae under acute hypoxia 


 

 
Visualization and characterization of interfacial polymerization layer formation 

 

Oxidized Liquid Metal Based Microfluidic Platform for Tunable Electronic Devices Applications 

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Towards microfluidic-based depletion of stiff and fragile human red cells that accumulate during blood storage 

  

Development of the centrifugal multiplex RT-LAMP—ICS microdevice for influenza A virus subtyping 
   

Microfluidic Continuous Flow Digital Loop-Mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP) 

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Dancing Magnetotactic Bacteria wins the 2014 microTAS Video Competition

Lab on a Chip congratulates Tijmen Hageman and colleagues, winners of the first μTAS Video Competition, created in partnership with Dolomite Microfluidics and supported by the CBMS (the Chemical and Biological Microsystems Society).

At the μTAS conference in October 2014 Lab on a Chip Executive Editor, Harpal Minhas (above left) and  Dolomite Microfluidics Group Chief Sales Officer, Omar Jina (above right) presented Tijmen (above middle) with his award and a $2500 gift certificate to spend on dolomite equipment.

Prior to the conference, μTAS participants were invited to submit short, scientifically or educationally focused videos. The winning group, a collaboration of researchers from the University of Twente and the Korean Institute of Science and Technology produced a video demonstrating that bacteria can be manipulated by a magnetic field by using magnets to teach bacteria to line dance – and it looks like they had a lot of fun during the making!

Watch ‘Line Dancing Magnetotactic Bacteria‘ online now!


Ph.D student, Tijmen Hageman directed the video titled ‘Magnetotactic Bacteria.’

“The idea of dancing bacteria existed for some time already, and we decided to make it all in the style of Texas. We think we succeeded in introducting these extraordinary organisms to the public in a remarkable way and hope it will have made our research more visible,” he explains.

Like many studens, Tijmen is currently undecided about what to do after completion of his Ph.D. “I have some years left, and who knows…more videos prehaps” he says.

Tijmen can not take full credit for the winning video and we would also like to congratulate the following for their contribution:

Andreas Manz: Actor (bacteria)

Tijmen Hageman: Actor, director

Marc Pichel: Writer/ideas, cultivation

Caspar Abelmann: Animations

Line dancers: Ahyeon Gyeon, Jaewon Hwang, Jang Mi, Sangin Park, Jooyoung Im, Deepti Mittal, Marc Pichel and Tijmen Hageman

And the rest of the team for ideas and feedback!

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